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'm melissa francis and here's what's money tonight. we are open for business in houston, texas, once again. we've got fast cars, restaurants, entertainment, oil, you name it, it is a texas sized show. even when they say it's not it is always about money. melissa: look how fast i got out of that car. look at the day's market headlines. a choppy day of trading on wall street. the major indices moved in and out of positive territory with the blue-chips eventually closing down 17 points. dow, s&p 500 and nasdaq each posted a slight loss for the week. >>> shares of research in motion taking a 6% hit. the black maker -- blackberry maker said serveses interruptions across europe and africa. rim says all services have been restored. >>> the iphone has landed. the device hit store shelves taking retail world by storm. the demand so intense, best buy warned customers delivery could be delayed by up to 28 days. oh, no! sprint reporting phone is almost completely sold out across the east coast. okay. you can wait for your iphone. it is not that big of a deal. our first story tonight, the top story, in
aren't we seeing rbob gasoline go down either? "money" with melissa francis live from houston is next. david: we'll see you tomorrow. melissa: i'm melissa francis and here's what's money tonight. open for business in houston, texas. welcome to the beautiful campus of rice university. we are kicking off our two-day special report on one of the most thriving cities in the country. houston is the energy capital of the united states and some of the biggest names in business are here to join me. first, the politics of oil. america's energy independence is a pivotal issue in the presidential campaign. how could the election's outcome impact the industry and houston's economy? i will ask richard kinder, chairman and ceo of oil and gas pipeline giant kinder morgan. >>> bhp billiton drilling deep into texas shale. the mining company is spending billions to cement its foothold. chief executive mike yeager is here to explain how the booming energy source is transforming his entire business. the race is on to find the next big gusher. where will the top energy investors see explosive new profits?
this. i understand. >> i know it. karen gray houston, thank you for the update. >>> they are putting the finishing touches on the plans for the democratic national convention in charlotte tonight. in a few days president obama will formally accept his party's nomination for a second term. the president is hitting the campaign trail ahead of the convention. during a series of stops he is calling the road to charlotte he gave some hints as to what will be included in his speech on the final night. >> thursday night i'm going to offer you what i believe is a better path forward, a path that will grow this economy and create more jobs and strengthen the middle class. >> the first two days of the convention will take place at the time warner cable arena. thursday the convention moves to the bank of america stadium where the president and vice president will accept the party's nomination. >>> this week it was the democrats turn on the sunday talk shows giving a preview of what we'll see at the convention. fox five's melanie alnwick has your sunday talk show roundup. >> reporter: the messa
of houston. it turns out the quick that was provided by undercover police who infiltrated the movement. the 2012 paralympics wrap up in london. >> always thought it was important for people to be guided in our society, especially in the world of sports. it can be exclusive sometimes. >> we will speak with former paralympic soccer player eli wolff. all of that and more coming up. this is "democracy now!," democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. more than 100 people were killed in iraq on sunday and one of the country's deadliest days this year. a series of bombings hit baghdad shortly after fugitive iraqi vice president was sentenced to death for allegedly planning and funding attacks in iraq. a leading sunni muslim politician, he fled baghdad in december when iraq's shia-led government accused him of running death squads. he has denied the charges, saying they're politically motivated. the controversy has sparked fears of worsening the sectarian turmoil between shiites and sunnis. in sunday's worst attack, more than 50 people were killed when a bomb struck a crowde
of cats and dogs. kristen kaine is in houston where animals are being sent from louisiana and mississippi with the hope of being rescued. >> left without a home, left without a loving family. these dogs and cats have just arrived at the houston spca after quite a long journey. >> it's amazing how animals roll with the punches. these guys are very sweet and friendly. they had a long trip and they are ready to go home and get adopted. >> the spca tells me 22 cats and seven dogs from st. bernard parish in louisiana have been rescued and brought here to houston. an additional 60 arrived last week, just ahead of the storm. and another 50 from mississippi will be arriving over the weekend. >> these animals all need a loving home. we don't know everybody's background situation. they are innocent animals. they fled this awful hurricane. they could have been stuck there. we may not have ever met them and now they are here and this is their turn to have a second chance at life. >> for just $5 this holiday weekend, you can give one of these adorable animals that second chance. and rest assured
capital, that, of course, is houston, texas, where my partner in crime, melissa francis, is tearing up the town. melissa: it's day two at the george r. brown convention center in downtown houston. take a look at the beautiful view of the city behind us, it's another gorgeous day. the city of houston is booming. in some industries like oil and gas and the medical industry, they exceeded the number of jobs before the recession and revenue. we want to find out what's in the secret sauce. coming up, jack reiders the managing partner at northern mutual who manages money for the wealthiest residents. what advise he givings them and what they do with their money because they have a lot of it. back to you. lori: thank you. sometime for stocks, 15 minutes since the last update. nicole, stocks coming off earlier highs. what's the news there? >> interesting year to look at the markets, it's quadruple, office operations, and such, and going into closing, they see volatility or heavy volume; however, that being said, it's a winning week to close here and now, with the dow up 27 points, gain of one
its first stop in houston texans are ripening california off on friday, details coming up. it was in houston-texas. arriving in california, later. >> local tuition could be increasing in january for schools. >> the demand for the iphone 5 continues to skyrocket. it has pressed back the shipment date for online orders for no one month. the lines in front of apple storage is growing and options on ebay are also going over $1,500. that coming up. >> the giants fever and it is catching on at at&t park. why the giants fan said that they will clinch the division title sutsooner than later. >>pam: nasa started his departure from cape canaveral, fla. towards california. it was on top of a modified 747 flew from the kennedy center wednesday morning to houston and texas. it landed at ellington field. with a low altitude passes over several areas and houston near the space center in houston the night in houston before leaving for california on friday morning. let us take a look of the route. . and it will detour after el paso, texas. and then it will continue to california thursday n
to school where? >> guest: houston, texas. c-span: your original elementary school level? >> guest: oh, i went all the way through public schools in houston: montross elementary school, seton elementary school, albertson e. johnson junior high, sancho seno high school. i don't think any of those schools still exist anymore in houston. c-span: what do you remember about your houston education? >> guest: there was--i had some wonderful teachers. i had some terrible teachers. it's--we--we also had racially segregated schools. the high school was strongly tracked. the kids who--some kids, like me, were put into the college track. others, the majority, were tracked into vocational programs or what they called at that time distributive education, where they were sent off to work for half the day. and a decision was made--as i show in this book, a decision was made pretty early on about which kids were going to be college bound and which were not. c-span: how was it decided that you were going to be college bound? >> guest: oh, i'm sure there were tests. they gave us all kinds of tests and--iq t
. not that long. >> not that long. >> the whether there is very nice. then he went to houston's -- >> i've heard the weather is nice. >> so setting aside his strange weather preferences, i thought we might ask him to talk a little bit about his experiences, i believe in gilbert i learned this morning you had the lowest dropout rate of any big city school system. one thing i want, i hope the whole panel will be able to address, so i have children, and you look at these numbers and they're just astonishing. you are going to earn $15 a year, and our when you're age 50 if you dropout from high school. that's if you were. there's a good chance we'll be unemployed. one at a 25 are incarcerated at why do people make these decisions and how did you get them to change them? >> it's very hard. when a child is such dropped out of school, it's a hard decision. some people think is easy. is one of the toughest decision the cable make in a lifetime. we do get to the point where they decided to give up, before jumping into saying a few things, it's about people. houston is about people. it's the greatest city
. it is planned to make a stop in houston. it will arrive in southern california on friday. we are, we look forward to great use of that shuttle. if it will probably was the golden gate bridge and head over to moffett field. >> we will be backed and pick we will let expects a possible upgrade to day. we will have more when we come back. >>james: we are back here and if you have not noticed yet. twitter has had some changes. the twitter for ios and android have also received upgrades >> the report says the samsung galaxy you will be released in january. this is the biggest move since the fed record in san jose will against-- ruled against samsung. >> apple stock is up and the new phone is not even out yet. the stock is up over $700 pit >> they will have followed a stream and the new pass book application as well. >> to suspects to be dealt a giants fan outside of a game have their day in court. we will be right back. >>james: radiation concerns on treasure island's. there at our training sites there. residents want to know why the navy did not inform them of the danger. real-estate offi
a modified jumbo jet. endeavor will stop in houston and on its wooded edwards air force base today. it's expected to be flown over the bay area before landing at lax. in the race for the white house a new poll shows president obama is gaining ground in free swing states he considered key to his reelection. >>> these numbers come 48 days away from the election and it shows obama is pulling away from romney. most likely to determine the election. according to a poll rummy is losing loved in the states in colorado president obama's now as the lead on romney. energy and wisconsin president obama has extended his lead in both states to be on the polls margin of error. rummies, knocked off his campaign off at a when the polls showed he had new post touche make up. >>> that was rummy secretly recorded at a fund-raiser and a. he claimed nearly half the americans leave their victims entitled to government support that don't pay for their taxes purely is continuing to defend these comments he says he was talking about winning the election a focus of a 5 percent of voters who are undecided. on a
problem. work retired space shuttle endeavour has landed in houston on unfortunate way to its new home in california. it will be flown from houston to edwards air force base tomorrow. then on friday it heads towards northern california for a path over the state capital and the bay area. if the skies are clear, you should be able to see it fly between 8:30 and friday morning and then it will be turned into a permanent exhibit at expedition park. fremont police arrested a man after bizarre chain of events. it started with a kidnapping attempt and ended with the police crashing into his truck. >> as cloud deny wong ex -- claudine wong explains. >> reporter: it is three young man. ages 19 and 20 years old. walking about 10. >> they say robert tried pretty aggressively to get him into his pickup truck. >> he is driving recklessly and going onto the sidewalk. >> the men ran and split up. one going into the apartment complex. the other two men it ran down civic center drive and flagged down a police officer for help. he had just started his shift. and just left the police station where is rig
is the and ready to leave houston for all passel. the spacecraft is on his final journey to its final home in los angeles. tomorrow the shuttle make a to arafat died at passing over the girl in the rich. there be a special feeling event. some of the other problem during spots include discovery museum and the lawrence subsidence. on its way to pass of the sporting a and then off to california on fiat. for more details on the jury in when he could expect to see the shuttle could to cbs as f. dodd,. >>> fast-food brands is bad for the environment. and this study that may have simply mad. >>> and the home and it's a miracle from. what's behind a 21st century twists unbuilded trailers. >>> and dump truck accident causing at this se,,,,,,,,,,,,,, shouldn't we have a problem here and one person was seriously injured in a buzz saw the crash been in this is a net add a false it smashed into an overpass and women of an amendment and sent into the box which landed on our road. and this the issue and a fear of what the charter was driving with his box up. it took awhile to clean that up as what it ought >>>
. >> thank you. the daughter of the late whitney houston is getting her own reality tv show. bobbi kristina brown's new show will debut october 24 on the lifetime network and will feature he grandmotherr cissy houstonheher aunt and guardian pat houston, and her boyfriend. there's a new bachelor from dallas and he's confident he will find his soul mate when "the bachelor returns in january for its 17th season. we have had the first elimination on "dancing with the stars." pamela anderson and drool saew lechet were in the bottom. >> pamela. >> the judges gave anderson the lowest score out of the all stars on monday night. the fans did not come through to steeper dancing another week. of celebrities will return to the dance floor monday. night on abc monday we continue to celebrate this week of the premiers on abc. we are giving away gift baskets filled with $200 worth of prizes including show dvd's. you have until 6:00 a.m. to go to our facebook page to sign up. we will announce a winner each day this week during our 6:00 a.m. hour. it is 65 degrees. a story that will perk you up. we will t
nacionales para hablar de la liga de campeones de concacaf y nos vamos hasta houston. porque el dymano de local le propino una goleada de 4-0 a fas de el salvador para dejar eliminados a los santanecos, los goles del partido fueron anotados por giles bames a los 21 minutos, a los 44 aumento bobby boswell para irse al descando con una victoria parcial, en el segundo tiempo se repitio la misma cantidad, cameron weaver aumento a los 49 y sobre los 65 el cuarto gol de calen carr. buena victoria para houston dynamo que sigue en pie luchando por su clasificacion a la siguiente ronda. la semana de liga de campeones de concacaf no ha terminado. porque en estos momentos en guatemala se juega el ultimo partido en el estadio mateo flores, municipal esta jugando con chorrillo de panama, un partido que se le esta complicando a los rojos del municipal porque de mantenerse este empate 1-1 deja ha ambos practicamente elimindados del torneo. a nivel local recordarles que este sabado desde las 2 de la tarde sera la semifinal del torneo taca en la cancha auxiliar del estadio robert f kennedy asi que el sab
field in houston an hour ago making its way to its final destination the california science center in los angeles. there will be a few stop as long the way. later today, the will fly over tucson, arizona at the request of astronaut mark kelly. he commanded endeavour's last space flight he and his wife live in tucson. the shuttle will spend the night at edwards air force base leave for the bay area tomorrow morning. katie marzullo will have details on when and where you can see it, coming up. just a couple trivia matters for you. the shuttle weighs 172,000 pounds on the back of that 747 which can only go 1,000 miles at a hop the normal 5,000 miles because of the fuel has -- >> you are not going to quiz me are you? >> no. >> the other thing i thought was interesting with that tucson fly over the time of the journey or cost will it -- >>> i wanted to know how many thousands of pounds of thrust it takes to get that thing off the ground? >> all right buddy, i'm on it. >> all right. stay tuned for that. good morning. central valley clear tomorrow morning, dark of course at 6:00, let's ju
of the congressional black caucus who led a huge and historic voting drive in houston today. congresswoman, thank you so much for joining us tonight. >> thank you it's great to be with you. it is great to be a supporter of everyone's right to vote. >> eliot: that is something that we believe in, i was led to believe. i had thought that was part of the fabric of our society. until this past year when all of these voter i.d. laws started floating around. but before we get to that, tell us about today in houston. why today, how successful was it and the energy you felt out there in this effort. >> it was exciting. we just left a group of enthusiastic ladies who were out on the street corners until the last hours to make sure drivers knew that they could come and vote. you know we're a state that suffered 300,000 that were burned from the voting rolls -- purged from the voting rolls between 2008 and 2010. we're now being threatened with more burning from the secretary of state and the republican state government. we said everyone they pu
is live in houston where she's been talking to the biggest names in business and energy there. >> absolutely, liz, and over two days, i talked to so many folks who say the same thing with what's in the secret sauce down here? why is it that houston's been successful? the thing they like to say is, you know, the government lets us lose to win, or you are what you achieve. it's a spirit heard across the state, especially in houston where people think you have to go out there and take it for yourself, and the obvious question is, you know, where's that leave the rest of the population? they point to the fact that as you mentioned liz is the unemployment rate is lower here than the rest of the country, and they see home values rise steadily, they didn't have the same peak and drop like the rest of the country did. it's gone up 16 out of the past 17 years. their median income is higher, cost of living lower. they very much feel they have a winning recipe down here for making things work. coming up on money, a lot of people, again, talking to them about the secret sauce. we have the
in the gear -- make -- again here in houston all of our kindergarten, first and second grade teachers went through five day breeding programs where we trained them how to teach, disenfranchise kids how to read. it's a different skill set if you're trying to teach a child a five to 7000 word vocabulary who understands colors and shapes versus a child coming into kindergarten with a 1500 to 2000 word vocabulary with no other skill sets. there is not much reading going on and our colleges and universities simply are not preparing young teachers to address a particular problem. that was a big issue with us long-term. we have gotten into our middle schools and we quickly recognized that students that have been retained to her more times in the chances of them graduating from high school were almost nonexistent. we went back and did a look at when children were being retained and what we have done with those kids prior to holding them back a year. that was quite revealing. the high school level when they got into high school we established dropout intervened jan -- intervention and they met the
: this is the final mission of endeavor lift will be in houston to welcome lots of visitors. it flew over the i10 traffic corridor along the gulf coast and it flew over two places where it was tested in mississippi and new orleans as part of its path. we will keep a close eye on it. both of those test sites were places where the shuttle engines and the external fuel tanks were built respectively. a bit of a walk down memory lane for endeavor as we watch this beautiful, final mission for that shuttle. straight ahead the romney camp is in response mode now to a secretly taped video of the governor's remarks about the so-called 47%. and a new tape has surfaced of then state senator barack obama talking about redistribution of wealth. has this defined a major issue in this campaign these two quotes? ed gillespie from the romney campaign joins us next. bill: the tradition of the father-daughter dance banned, and that goes with the mother-son ball games as well. banned. martha: terrible. bill: what is happening, america? ♪ fathers be good to your daughters. ♪ ♪ bill: fox news alert right now. i w
in the energy capital, houston, texas, a city open for business. >> that's right. i miss you, but i'll bring you cowboy boots. i'm in houston the next two days on the campus of the university, and we are trying to figure out why the economy here in houston grew by more than 8% in 2011. can you imagine that around the country? we'd be booming like china. we are going to talk about energy because that is, of course, one of the big drivers here in houston, went we'll talk about the fracking boom and whether coming regulations could stifle the growth. there's also energy prices which have, you know, been tanking in the last few days. we want predictions on whether that's going to continue and if now is the time to get in. that's coming up. >> it's fascinating. looking forward to it, and i can't wait for the boots. that's awesome. thank you, ma'am. >> what color? >> chocolate brown. what color for yourself? >> pink, pink. >> oh, that's pain. >> no. >> all right, my dear, we'll check back with you in a few. a market update every 15 minutes, going to the floor, and nicole, the birthday girl. >> thank y
after week -- >> it's a catfish braised in a clay pot. >> reporter: the houston woman manages to whip up culinary masterpieces. >> i love the fact you're tasting everything. >> i have to. i can't see. >> reporter: with only her senses of taste, smell and touch. >> that's one of the most delicious dishes i've tasted in the competition so far. congratulations. >> thank you. did i set the olive oil somewhere right here? >> reporter: the judges do give her some help. >> this is cindy. she's my guide and my aide. she's pretty much my eyes. >> reporter: to level the playing field. >> she doesn't cut for me. she doesn't taste my food or anything like that. >> reporter: other than that she faces the same time constrains.s >> now, good luck. >> reporter: the same stress. >> i need to melt butter. >> reporter: the same withering criticism from the judges. >> [ bleep ]. tastes dreadful. just not the same. >> reporter: including the notoriously tough gordon ramsey. >> what the [ bleep ] is that. >> reporter: of "hell's kitchen" fame. >> a lot completely discounted me and think i'm there as a tv gimm
the afternoon. thunderstorms in houston and chicago. around the bay, the temperatures are looking nice in the afternoon. 81 in morgan hill and 69 in a word. inside the bay will find temperatures in the low sixties in san francisco. on the skies in daly city. the next couple of days the temperatures might be creeping up a little bit on tuesday and wednesday. much cooler temperatures over the weekend. >> the white house says president obama will launch a formal complaint against china. in administration says the chinese government is abusing international trade laws by imposing more than $3 billion of duties on u.s. exports of cars and auto parts. the president is expected to formally announce the move at a campaign stop in ohio. mitt romney plans to court hispanic voters today. he plans to do an interview with a spanish language television network. he also has fund-raising events scheduled in utah texas and florida. an italian gossip magazine published a 26 spread of topless photos of the duchess of cambridge despite legal action against the magazine that first published the photos. thi
. they're expected to land in houston , and head for the edwards air force base. friday morning we are excited in the bay area for the low flyovers. closed first in sacramento. moffett field sometime between 9 and 10:00 in the morning. some of the best places to watch it are the bay area marina. this is all fall guy port permitinfog pl only be allowing the first all fall4g lte haspermitinfog pl the fastest speeds. so let's talk about coverage. based on this chart, who would you choose ? wow. you guys take a minute. verizon, hands down. i'm going to show you guys another chart. pretty obvious. i don't think color matters. pretty obvious. what's pretty obvious about it ? that verizon has the coverage. verizon. verizon. we're going to go to another chart. it doesn't really matter how you present it. it doesn't matter how you present it. verizon. more 4g lte coverage than all other networks combined. we are back is 7:10 a.m.. kohl's department stores getting ready ahead of the curve opening up spots first seasonal staff. it is up, they're hiring last year. other retail giants like toys
from houston, texas where the shuttle spent the night. it will spend tonight at edwards air force base before flying over parts of the bay area tomorrow. that fly over will take it through hayward, up the east bay through sausalito back around the golden gate then down to the nasa ames. >> going to be a great view, hope i get to see it. hope you do too. let's find out what the weather is going to be like for viewing? >> it is looking better. sacramento 6:00 in the morning the shuttle will be flying through piggybacking on that -- look at that, then a few clouds hanging around. just a few clouds tomorrow morning. hopefully, we'll get to see. north bay it will stay way from the fog. let's look at satellite, just a few clouds upper parts of the atmosphere besides the ones starting to develop in the lower part may get a beautiful sunrise this morning. if we find pretty pictures will post those on facebook. foggy north most of us in the 50s through 7:00. clouds back to the coast by noon, breezy temperatures will run by 4:00, 60 coast, 70 bay, 80 inland. tomorrow warmest day cooler sunday, t
. the owner of the houston astros raised the possibility of having the 50-year-old to pitch for the worst team in the nation. that would behe currently pitches for a minor-league team in the houston area. the seven-time award winner said he did not think he could make an impact at the major-league level. a wrestling commentator collapsed at the announcers table and was taken from the rena to the hospital. the situation is serious seriouslbut lawler is breathing on his own. >> attributed art modell during the baltimore ravens season opener last night in baltimore -- a tribute. his funeral will be held at the baltimore hebrew congregation followed by a private internment. the team that he once owned were down. the ravens won. >> of georgia graduate student who was her limbs due to a flesh eating bacteria is peaking out. aimee copeland will share her story of survival and she will talk to a paper today. walking for the first time. she suffered a deep cut during a supply an accident. that exclusive interview at 4:00 on abc 7. -- she will talk to katie couric. >> a teenage girl attacked by a man wi
-bam hoped on a flight to san francisco with a stopover in houston. united offers a program with perm handling for pets and air conditioning for the layovers. in houston they had a two-hour layover and he noticed bam-bam. >> we could see him, and he was so hot. his tong was like hanging down. >> bam-bam died on the flight to sfo. united performed a necropsy and said he died of a heart attack. jarvo wants the airline to be more clear about what to expect when people fly with their pets. >>> in a tv interview, former california governor arnold schwarzenegger says his affair with a housekeeper was, quote, the stupidest thing i have done. he is making the media rounds to promote his new auto-biography called total recall. his wife confronted him in a counseling session the day after he left office. schwarzenegger admits he did wrong. >> i think it is the stupidest thing i have done in the whole relationship. it was terrible. i inflicted tremendous pain on maria and unbelievable pain on the kids. >> schwarzenegger is trying to rehabilitate his image. besides his book released next week, he
on a flight to san francisco with a stopover in houston. united offers a program with perm handling for pets and air conditioning for the layovers. in houston they had a two-hour layover and he noticed bam-bam. >> we could see him, and he was so hot. his tong was like hanging down. >> bam-bam died on the flight to sfo. united performed a necropsy and said he died of a heart attack. jarvo wants the airline to be more clear about what to expect when people fly with their pets. >>> in a tv interview, former california governor arnold schwarzenegger says his affair with a housekeeper was, quote, the stupidest thing i have done. he is making the media rounds to promote his new auto-biography called total recall. his wife confronted him in a counseling session the day after he left office. schwarzenegger admits he did wrong. >> i think it is the stupidest thing i have done in the whole relationship. it was terrible. i inflicted tremendous pain on maria and unbelievable pain on the kids. >> schwarzenegger is trying to rehabilitate his image. besides his book released next week, he has a few action
from houston at dawn. rettred spacecraft is heading across the soothern u-s to its final home... and itts taking the scenic route. 3 after a two-day delay due to baa weather, endeavour took off from kennedy space center in florida wednesday...riding piggy-back on a modified across the country.endeavour is being shown off to the public along the way on a tour that includes a series of flyovers at 15-hundred feet.it finished out the first leg in hhuston.today it's expected to make a fueling stop in el paso, texas on the waa to edwards air force base in california.along the way, it will make a special flyover of tucson, arizona---- a tribute to former congresswoman gabby giffords.. wounded in a horrific shooting almost two years ago.gifford's husband mark kelly commanded endeavour's final mission into space.on friday, endeavour will embark on a aarial tour of northern california.it's final journey is along 12 l-a-x to the california science center, where it will become an exhibit.the city of los angeles agreed to raise power lines and cut down 400 trees to clear the ay for the shuttle's par
head back to melissa frances in houston who will tell us why the city of houston is the best place to be investing right now. dagen: forgets what machines. one company wants to turn your gambling experience into a riot. jeff explains. >> advanced technology library of a major american company. about to talk to the chairman and ceo about something that will revolutionize his industry. you will see it first on the fox business network. i don't think you want to miss this. stay tuned. lori: i am lori rothman. stocks kicking an upward trend on the last trading day of the week. the dow is up 24 points at 15,621. how bad could going over the fiscal cliff before investors? at 20% drop in the markets by analysts at city research. with congress ready to leap down until after the e election and no visible progress on the fiscal cliff worst-case scenario could become reality. not get approval in europe. the pharmaceutical company says european medicine agency signaled it would not clear the weight-loss drug. back in july's it won approval from the drug is duration blocking a second clearance
this flight. the folks in houston weren't as excited about this. they're a little ticked, because their big space center, space city, didn't get any of the five space shuttles. kind of snubbed. space shuttles are plantedote they got at replica. so houston's got a problem. >>> some orcas make quite a splash. >> this is like being at seaworld but you have the whole entire ocean as your show. >> but better, because the orcas want to do this for you. >> yes. >> and some countdown karaoke. ♪ all night long >> that's right. all night long. >> i like that they sang in the car, sang in a doughnut shop. it's not like they just camped out in one place. >> where they sang, how long they sang and why, next. ♪ i'd like to thank eating right, whole grain, multigrain cheerios! my bowl, my spoons! mom, are those my jeans? [ female announcer ] people who choose more whole grain tend to weigh less than those who don't. multigrain cheerios has whole grain and 110 delicious calories. ...more grains. less you! multigrain cheerios in multi-grain cheerios peanut butter. >>> welcome back to the countdown we're
in houston weren't as excited about this. they're a little ticked, because their big space center, space city, didn't get any of the five space shuttles. kind of snubbed. space shuttles are plantedote they got at replica. so houston's got a problem. >>> some orcas make quite a splash. >> this is like being at seaworld but you have the whole entire ocean as your show. >> but better, because the orcas want to do this for you. >> yes. >> and some countdown karaoke. ♪ all night long >> that's right. all night long. >> i like that they sang in the car, sang in a doughnut shop. it's not like they just camped out in one place. >> where they sang, how long they sang and why, >>> welcome back to the countdown we're art number six and it's "all night long." everybody loves the classic song "all night long" by lionel richie. ♪ all night long all night long ♪ >> instead of listening to us sing, a really popular youtube channel, they've put together a version of lionel richie's "all night long" and are singing it literally all night long. they do 158 continuous corporalenses in 11 hours and 9 minute
can see the gear is not down, and still doing flyovers at the houston area, and we noticed that it had been just over gal vveston island a few minutes ago and passed over ellington field at one point, and that is right by the johnson space center where it will land today and overnight, ashleigh, until tomorrow when it takes off again in the next leg of the flight. so spectacular opportunities all across the country for people to get a one last glimpse of the orbiter on the back of the 747. this is the last trip an orbiter will make on the 747 and the last trip one of these 747s will make. ashleigh. >> well, just as you mentioned, a lot of the opportunities for us all to be able to take part today. and john, you said that the wheels should come down any moment, because that landing is exexpected to happen live at the johnson space center in houston, and then what? take me to the end and let me know why there was controversy in los angeles when it landed in lax because it has one more trip that it has to make that has raised some hackelles. >> yeah, yeah, it sure does. to put it in a nut
about the things the government advocated. now, that is the conclusion of angus houston panel and its work. it is incumbent upon us now to put those political scoreboards and that point making aside to put aside the shafting and the rhetoric that has characterized this debate and to actually get on with the job of enacting the recommendations of this report. the government will later today introduce amendments to the legislation to remain solemn and refugee law. we had this morning good faith discussion. >> madam, my question is to the prime minster. prime minster, why did the government abolish offshore processing on the rue four years ago? >> the prime minster -- >> thank you very much and to the member who asked the question of course former minister of immigration and consequently a great deal of experience. he's aware of the government was elected to government with a set of policies about offshore processing. that is a matter of history. >> my question is to the prime minster. it is costly and unsustainable and wrong as a matter of principle. given that her expert panel disagree
with it? let me tell you. it is a buster in dallas and houston. rain being pulled out of the gulf of mexico but along the front it is a thin line of moisture. but we are watching the gulf coast and the moisture in the deep south because it could visit us next week. so next week looks different than this week. that is a little preview of what i'm going to have on the seven-day in a few minutes. meanwhile as we get in closer to the district, it is clear skies. a few high thin clouds out over ohio and west virginia, portions of kentucky, some of those high thin clouds may be around tomorrow but still a sparkler of a day to get started with an increase in clouds tomorrow afternoon. what about this evening? how about 76 degrees with full sunshine at 7:00. by 9:00 we are down to about 72 with some 60s in the suburbs under clear skies. and overnight maybe a patch or two of fog but by 11:00 down to 69. so it doesn't look like tonight will be as chilly as the other nights but still pretty delightful all things considered. so we are focusing on the weekend and i'll give you a look at the se
by justin houston. we have a problem. big second half -- >> a lot of problems. >> kansas city comes back. >> don't say it. >> it it finishes with ryan succop! >> you love saying that name. >> detroit at tennessee. music center park. six seconds to play. the lions backup shaun hill. it's tipped. titus young, he titus this up. we go into overtime. >> don't go for it, dan! >> they go for it. titans win it. jets/dolphins. sloppy game. in overtime, miami misses a field goal and dolphins try to ice nick folk before blocking his field goal attempt. he gets another attempt. he makes it. jets have the niners coming up next week. looks like they lost darrelle revis for a while. carson palmer to denarious moore. raiders win. michael vick somehow missed kerry rhodes and james sanders is gone. philadelphia lost three fumbles on the day. 12 turnovers through three games. arizona is undefeated! falcons undefeated. chargers were undefeated. ryan to tony gonzalez who can't dunk any more. >> he can. stop it. >> yes, he can. this was peyton manning's first pass of the day to andre johnson. texans undefeate
on old navy. the clothing store was selling this t-shirt that incorrectly identifies the houston texans as the 1961 afc champs. problem is, the houston texans didn't exist until 2002. in 1961, the houston oilers won the afl crown, and in 1962, the dallas texans won that league's championship. big, bold and wrong. either way, old navy apologizes and stopped selling the shirt. not a bad looking shirt, though. >>> up next, you've probably heard of the quarter-pounder. well, check this out, a one-ton burger! that's not even the biggest feast. we'll show you when we come back. biggest feast. we'll show you when we come back. e those tempting thoughts with new light & fit greek. its creamy-thick texture helps satisfy you. and at 80 calories, it's the lightest greek yogurt with fruit. new light & fit greek. be light and fit and satisfied. try the #1 gastroenterologist recommended probiotic. align. align naturally helps maintain digestive balance. ♪ ooh, baby, can i do for you today? ♪ try align today. >>> here's a look at weather in some cities across the country. heavy storms in washingto
as houston today and tomorrow is on to edwards air force base. on friday, the final flight on top of a jumbo jet. it is expected to fly over the bay area before landing at lax. we hope there is not a lot of cloud cover that morning. >> let's go upstairs at the, what you think? >> id will be touch and go. we will see low clouds and fog that day. still, outside we see some of those clouds your broken out over the bay. fog showing up in the north bay valley is which visibility down in napa. in the 40's in santa rosa. temperatures are remaining cooler than average, 12 degrees cooler than normal in san jose. >> it cannot be any colder than it is in the studio right now. there is an accident in vallejo that we are continuing to follow westbound 780. we're getting word that two of the left lanes are blocked so it is already stacking up according to the censors. it was a pickup truck verses another car. in the meantime i had mentioned we keep getting twitter feeds about metro delays. delays in bound at the church street station. outbound service has been restored. many delays at the church street st
force base in houston texas and they are -- they are getting ready to take off. we will keep watching and we will show you what is happening live. >>> in overnight news back here at home, three women shot in oakland while driving down the street and it happened near mills college. live in hyland hospital with all the latest details, good morning tara. >> we understand the women were brought here, two were shot, one was actually hurt in the face, she received cuts to her face from some flying glass. northbound on seminary avenue near mills college. a bullet hole shattered the two passengers side windows. five end with inside, two were african-american three latino. one woman was shot in the chest area and another in the leg. it is believed the shooter is using automatic or semiautomatic weapons. police say they are not cooperating so it is not known if the shooting is gang related and we do not have a description of the suspect's vehicle. reportedly gunshot victims are expected to survive. we will try to get more information frow police and show it to you in the morning. -- get more in
from houston. joyce benedick joins us from the finals, shuttle's final destination >> we're live at the california science center, exposition park near the usc campus. it will be the final home of the space shuttle endeavor. it will not get here for a couple more weeks. is arriving in l.a. tomorrow and making its first stop later on in california this afternoon. it is expected to land edwards air force base just after noon today. tomorrow morning at about 715 in the morning, it is expected to take off from edwards air force base and head up north to where you are at about 1,500 ft. over the state capital as well as the oakland area, the san francisco area, the golden gate bridge, moffett field, the oakland space and science center and the state capital. all of those flyovers will take place between 830-930 in the morning. they're not giving any set times it but you are expected to be there in that hour with your camera ready to roll if you can't would like to get some shots of the shuttle. if you are not interested in seeing these, make sure you keep your eyes on the road while y
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